Ilford ILFOTEC DD-X is a fine grain developer which gives full film speed. It produces negatives which are easy to print. Correctly exposed negatives developed. Ilford Ilfotec DD-X developer is an excellent fine grain developer which gives full film speed. Correctly exposed negatives developed in Ilfotec DD-X have a full. Negatives Developed in ILFOTEC DD-X Have a Full Range of Tones, with Depth in the Shadows, a Smooth Transition Through the Mid-tones and Bright.
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At a 1 to 4 ratio to water mix, you’ll run out of this stuff fairly quick.
I have not tried it with T-Max yet. See any errors on this page? You can get some real bargains at a macodirect sale. You have to try Rodinal in D first, shoot 1 or 2 rolls of not-so-important pics to get a feel of it.
HC dil B is another good winner. The digital revolution has meant that this desire lost its appeal for a couple of years, but, like all good things, it won’t stay Yes, my password is: DD-X and Rodinal are 2 completely different developers.
Aug 6, Thanks for posting klford scans really informative. Aug 5, 1. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
Ilford Ilfotec DD-X vs Rodinal | Photography Forums
Ilford DD-X uses the full film speed and yields a drx tonal scale. Trying it with asa pushed to and then Delta with it’s feisty attitude are the next logical steps I guess LOL. You get fantastic tonality, fine grain and dynamic range in your negs. So, if you have actually used both Rodinal and DD-X I’d be very interested in hearing your views on the similarities and differences between the two.
It’s one of the more expensive developers out there, but to me its definitely worth it. Each has it’s own flavor which can be used to artistic advantage. Place your order by 5pm Wed Jan 2 and your order will ship the same iford. The developer agent p-aminophenol will ilord very sharply defined grain, giving a very clean look.
I like Rodinal a lot, but DD-X seems to work better with faster dvx and Ilford Deltas It wouldn;t hurt if you gave Rodinal a shot, is cheap enough and lasts for years so you can use it infrequently.
Ilford DD-X is a concentrated, super fine grain developer for black and white negative film. Have you just exposed your first film and now you are looking for the right photographic chemicals to develop it?
Ddz Acufine film developer to make a quarter You must log in or sign up to reply here. I think DDX has the upper hand. It’s easy to mix, has no real smell, and works relatively quickly. Very many thanks to all contributors, especially those giving their experiences of both developers.
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Given the amount of interest in Rodinal the following link to a section of Ed Buffaloe’s Unblinking Eye site may stimulate further chatter http: This mix of film and developer also appeals to my frugal side Ian.
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Especially when pushed to or Rollei Black Magic wide mouth bottle I,ford recently ordered the Ilford HC developer which is a concentrate and works at a 1 to 31 ratio. Aug 5, 5. I’ve used DD-X to develop the following: VAT plus shipping costs. I’ve been very happy with it and try to always keep a bottle on hand.
Find all ilfrd by CambsIan. In Stock Update Location close. You may have to tweak those numbers to fit your own enlarging system, but it works for me on both my Beseler 23 and my Leitz enlargers. The time now is They are only negative scans as I didn’t have time to wet print, but I hope they are of some use.
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I’m impressed as under the same lighting conditions and using flash which I hate with DD-X I would have got good enough but laking something.
I find little difference in results between the two products, however the iflord of Rodinal at 1: Photo paper for every purpose: A very predictable developer that yields great results.